I’m currently working on a very special ecoprinting project, the details of which I can’t reveal yet.
But it’s meant I’ve been spending time experimenting and sampling, and I can’t resist showing you some of the results. I’m particularly pleased with some of the prints given by garden weeds, most of which I never knew the name of. I now have to stop ESP from weeding the garden! 😉
The photos below include rose and cotinus leaves as unifying elements, each combined with a different plant.
The sampling has led to some other new discoveries, like this vibrant green print from Robinia pseudoacacia.
The colour didn’t really fit in with the project, but I’ve used the leaves with sycamore seeds and dock flowers on a scarf now in my Etsy shop.
And here are some other samples that I won’t be using in this project but may use in future.